PARADISE VALLEY, AZ - If you've ever wanted to live like Kurt Warner, now you can because his $5 million Paradise Valley home is for sale.
The 11,500-square-foot house includes six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a guest house, in-ground trampoline, a workout room, theater room and an elevator.
When you walk in, you find yourself at the base of a 24-foot staircase with marble floors.
The kitchen includes two islands with plenty of room for food preparations.
The master bedroom is upstairs and includes a sitting suite. Just down the hall is a junior master bedroom that has been set up as a spa area.
The other three bedrooms are all downstairs and were for the kids. Two of those bedrooms have loft areas that overlook the backyard and pool.
Since the Warners moved out earlier this year, the Paradise Valley home has been remodeled and is now listed for sale.
But don't think you can just show up and get an exclusive tour. There is a screening process before anyone is allowed to view the home.
By the way, Warner and his family now live in a house that sits on five acres, has a full-size indoor basketball court and a full-size football field.
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